The Performative Body

Video performance 
01:11 Runtime 

FATHERHOOD serves as a prelude to the live performance. This video piece immerses the viewers in the artist's tumultuous relationship with her father, portraying the unravelling and dysfunctional nature of their connection. It serves as the initial step in the exploration of their fractured bond, providing a glimpse into the beginning of their shared journey towards disintegration. The narrative sets the stage for a more profound examination of the intricate complexities within their relationship, inviting audiences to contemplate the multifaceted nature of familial bonds. 

Live performance with found objects

FATHERHOOD is an emotive performance art piece that delves into the intricate dynamics within family relationships. The performance portrays the artist's tumultuous relationship with her father, inviting the audience to embark on a thought-provoking journey through the wreckage of their connection. The central motif of FATHERHOOD involves the visceral destruction of found objects and furniture, symbolising the violence and emotional distress that marred their relationship. The narrative explores the depths of human emotion, conveying a profound exploration of the complex and often painful intersections of love and conflict within a family bond. 

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Dewi Andini (b. 2001, Singapore) is a multi-disciplinary artist whose art is marked by spontaneity and sentimentality, while drawing inspiration from boundless imagination. Dewi's work delves into various aspects of life, often translating personal experiences and emotions onto the canvas. Her artistic journey is an ongoing exploration of self-expression and the human experience. Through her art, she seeks to create a visual dialogue that resonates with the viewers, allowing them to connect with the complex and ever-evolving narratives that art can convey.